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March to Brussels against tightening anti-Covid measures

2021-12-05T18:34:37.764Z

At least eight thousand people marched again in central Brussels to protest the tightening of anti-Covid restrictions imposed by the Belgian government in an attempt to counter the latest spike in cases. The newspaper Le Soir reports it. (HANDLE)



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(ANSA) - ROME, DECEMBER 05 - At least eight thousand people marched again in the center of Brussels to protest against the tightening of the anti-Covid restrictions imposed by the Belgian government in an attempt to counter the latest peak. The newspaper Le Soir reports it. With the cry of "freedom" and with banners reading: "United for our freedom, our rights and our children", the demonstrators marched towards the headquarters of the European Union. Some even carried placards criticizing the vaccination campaign and the mandatory dosage. Among the signs there is also one with the symbol of the Star of David. A few days ago a Bavarian court ruled that German no-vaxes who will wear symbols used in the Holocaust, such as the star of David,improper analogy with the victims of National Socialism, they can be prosecuted by justice.


   The further measures in Belgium were announced by the government on Friday: among these the closure of nursery and primary schools anticipated to a week before Christmas and the compulsory mask from 6 years old.

Furthermore, from tomorrow, public events in closed spaces will be limited to 200 people, while the teleworking regime, with a maximum of one day in attendance per week, is maintained, as well as the closing of bars and restaurants at 11 pm. The Belgian government has strengthened measures after the latest wave of cases in the country has put a strain on health services.

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